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Re: [tor-talk] Exit still not showing in atlas

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On 03/09/16 20:16, Anthony Papillion wrote:
> On 9/3/2016 1:12 PM, Karsten Loesing wrote:
>> On 03/09/16 20:06, Anthony Papillion wrote:
>>> On 9/3/2016 1:02 PM, Karsten Loesing wrote:
>>>> On 03/09/16 19:51, Anthony Papillion wrote:
>>>>> About two weeks ago, I set up the sputnik1 exit on a fairly
>>>>>  high-bandwidth connection. Usually, when I set up an exit,
>>>>> I can go and look in atlas and see the relay listed if I 
>>>>> search for it. This time is different. This time, I can't 
>>>>> find the exit at all.
>>>>> I can see my exit is routing traffic and that it's routed
>>>>> a bit over 80GB of traffic in a few days. Obviously, the 
>>>>> network sees it. So why can't I find it?
>>>> I can't find a relay with nickname sputnik1 in the current 
>>>> consensus nor in the consensus archive from last month. 
>>>> What's its relay fingerprint?
>>> Hmm...very odd. Like I said, it appears to be routing traffic
>>> so I'd assume /somebody/ on the network has to know about it. 
>>> Weird!
>>> The fingerprint is E673CDB2C5B8B7D429B9A873871FC4F765320E10
>> There's a relay with that fingerprint, it's just not called 
>> "sputnik1":
>> https://atlas.torproject.org/#details/E673CDB2C5B8B7D429B9A873871FC4F765320E10
> Oh!
> Interesting. That's weird. I named it in the torrc file. I'll go 
> check some stuff out. If the torrc file doesn't work, would it
> break anything if I just changed the name in the
> /var/lib/tor/fingerprint file?

That file only gets written but never read by tor, AFAIK.  You'll have
to change it in the torrc file and restart your tor process (or send
it a HUP signal).  Maybe you edited the wrong torrc file?  You could
try to move it away and see if your tor still starts.

All the best,

>> Is that the node you're looking for?
> Yep! That's me.
>>> Thanks for helping me get to the bottom of this!
>> Thanks for running a relay!
> My pleasure. Just want to do my part for the network!
> Anthony

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